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Ross Nunamaker
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Lives in Nazareth, PA
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Quite the adventure...hard to believe this still happens in the world today.
For 110 days and across two seas and three oceans, crews stalked a fugitive fishing ship considered the world’s most notorious poacher.
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Am at a conference and this is a section of the Berlin Wall that is on display at the United Nations.

Who remembers the Cold War, "Mr. Gorbachev - Tear down this wall", and seeing it come down? 
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Hi! Have had a long fascination with Russia, particularly late 1800's. Studied it a bit in college (many years ago now), tried learning the language (didn't work out so well), and have never visited, but would like to one day.

I want to tackle Dostoyevsky's Demons and was wondering if anyone would want to join in a read and discuss club? I am looking at slow and leisurely pace as I've got a lot going on and can't commit too much time each day.

Look forward to being a part of this group!
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Kind of an odd article in the sense that the author occasionally stereotypes girls as well (girls aren't as aggressive or competitive.

I think the fact that so few girls learn the game let alone stick with it is the main reason we haven't yet had a Bobbi Fischer.

My daughter is almost 18 and has been playing since she was 5. I don't think we've been to a tournament that had 5 girls and when it was more than my daughters, it was typically a girl whose brother played and she entered to have something to do for nine hours.

She has been top board at her high school for all three years and the school has won three straight division titles, never won one before she arrived.

No doubt in my mind girls can play, most don't. Very similar to the lack of women in STEM.
Little girls sign up to play chess in droves. So why are so few of the world’s top players women?
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Proving once again that sharks are awesome.
So what happens when the volcano erupts?
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Great tool on how the US government invests in IT. Guess it is no surprise that the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) has little to no IT investment compared to the military, homeland security, VA, etc.
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My daughter, +Alexa Nunamaker does custom knitting/crocheting/drawing, check out her Etsy and feel free to ping her with any requests.
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Finally arrived, ordered it beginning of the month based on a discussion here.

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Got to love Rousey!
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Would love to see the video if there's a link
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I think Douglas Adams covered all of this in Hitchiker Trilogy.
There may be as many as 100,000 intelligent civilizations in the Milky Way alone.
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Hanging out under the umbrella and under my wife's chair. 
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Bought/built this box garden this year and it seems I picked a good spot! Peppers, tomatoes, zucchini, onions and four herbs.
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  • University of Arizona
    Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Nazareth High School
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Perfect Yourself Daily
Introduction

Manager, eMarketing Strategy & Analytics, Medical Systems Group, Olympus America Inc. (all opinions are my own, not my employer)

I live in Nazareth, PA with my wife, Jill, and daughters Alexa and Olivia. My wife and I both grew up in the community and we enjoy living in the borough being able to walk through town to the library and our many parks.

We have a German Shepherd, Arizona and previously had a Lab/Shepherd mix, Nittany.

Our family enjoys spending time together playing board games, cooking/grilling, and making. I like woodworking projects and the girls are very good with crafts, knitting (my daughter makes scarves including Alpaca and donates a portion of proceeds to our local food bank), stitching, drawing, painting, etc.

We are also avid readers and writers.

Bragging rights
Perfect Attendance Award in Elementary School (and I rarely get sick to this day:-)
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eMarketing Strategy & Analytics
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  • Olympus
    eMarketing Strategy & Analytics, Medical Systems Group, present
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Nazareth, PA
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Nazareth, PA - Tucson, AZ